It is reported that Wu Yongning known as 'China's first rooftopper' fell to his death from the top of a 62-storey skyscraper .
Wu Yongning, 26, was doing pull-ups at the top of the Huayuan International Centre in Changsha, when he lost his grip and fell.
The incident was captured on a camera that Wu had placed on another part of the building to record himself.
The camera captured the moment he let go, plunging on to a terrace below where his body was later found by a window cleaner.
Wu Yongning's girlfriend told the media that he was due to ask her parents' permission to marry her two days after the stunt.
She said that he planned to bring her family a bridal gift of 80,000 yuan (9,000), roughly the same amount he was due to earn from the video.
On live-streaming video site 'Volcano', Wu had one million followers. He held 217 live-streaming sessions and was paid around 55,000 yuan (6,000) for doing so. Viewers paid him with virtual currency if they liked the videos.
Wu used to work as a background actor for various films before becoming a video blogger at the beginning of this year.
Then he discovered that by posting videos of himself climbing up dangerous structures, he could earn much more money than acting and could help his family improve their living standard.
In the space of 10 months, Wu scaled skyscrapers around China and performed stunts on top of them.
One of his most famous stunts took place in mid July. In it, Wu did pull-ups without harness by grabbing to the edge of a 1,000-metre-high (3,280 feet) walkway in Zhangjiajie.